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Mike Trout could become the highest paid athlete in history

If all the reporting around the sports world is correct, Michael Nelson Trout is about to become the highest paid athlete in the world — in history. Various outlets, including ESPN reporters, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times, the […]

Mike Trout could become the highest paid athlete in history

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If all the reporting around the sports world is correct, Michael Nelson Trout is about to become the highest paid athlete in the world — in history. Various outlets, including ESPN reporters, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times, the […]

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NFL Extra Points: Never a dull moment

The Kickoff: There never seems to be a dull moment in the NFL and that is usually just fine with everyone involved in the league. At a time when

FIFA: Football colonialism in the Caribbean Football Union Region?

For too long FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) has been the beginning and end of football jurisprudence in the smaller Caribbean countries as incident after incident within the

NFL musings: Off-season action for Extra Points

Kickoff: Today marks the beginning of my NFL off season coverage as well as a snappy new article name to refer to, Extra Points. I will let you decide

Super Bowl LIII: A study in defense

I will skip my usual format and get right to it. Going into this Super Bowl, it was easy to see two teams with enough offensive fireworks to break

Super Bowl Week Part 1: We ain’t the fortunate ones

It’s Super Bowl week and I figure what the heck, why not break up my Super Bowl week coverage of the NFL into two parts? After all, the game

NFL Off Week: It’s time to shut up and move on

With this being the off week between the conference championships and the Super Bowl, I thought I would use it to comment on a few things circulating the news

NFL Conference Championships: Kicks and errant zebras

First Down: The NFC and AFC titles and a trip to the Super Bowl were on the line this past weekend. Unless you are the New England Patriots, this

Rams battle the Saints for a Super Bowl berth

Today the Los Angeles Rams play their biggest game since returning to the City of Angels in 2016. This is the NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints. The

Chargers end their season on a cold note

After their tough loss to the New England Patriots, Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn spoke with the media on Monday. The game obviously did not go as

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